|June 18, 2013|
|Why Organizational Culture Matters to Your Marketing|
|By Andrea Goldberg|
On any given day, one can look at Twitter, Mashable, or any number of other sites and receive advice on how to use social media tools to improve customer outreach, loyalty, and employee engagement. Some of these posts are mediocre, while others are quite good and provide sound guidance and case studies. But, they all start with an assumption that social media or social business is an imperative and that all organizations should evolve to this state. Is this premise correct?
My concern is that in our impatience to encourage organizations to develop social media strategies with appropriate goals and metrics, we have failed to give sufficient focus to the obstacles that they might face. We do not live in a one size fits all world and yet we sometimes dispense advice as if this was the case.
At a cloud computing conference last week, I heard several speakers promote the value of private clouds and talk about how control was shifting back to the end-users. They postulated that that the role of the IT department was going to evolve [...]
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